Valentine getaway

Valentine getaway: 5 breath-taking African islands you can elope to this valentine

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Make love not war

“Roses are red and Violets are blue”  The day of love is here with us again and the world will go gaga with love in the next few days.

Valentine is a special day and it’s time you take some time off to chill, recharge your batteries and spend quality time with your better half or better still a fucking beautiful escort whose only goal is to fulfill all your wildest fantasies.

Eloping to a far off Island has never gone out of fashion and there’s no where better to explore this month of love than some of Africa’s little known but breathtaking islands. Here are just 5 beautiful islands in Africa which make the perfect destination for valentine.

Thanda Island – Tanzania

Thanda Island. (villasdemaitre)

If you are a big boy and money is not a problem then this has got to be the perfect island for you to elope to. Thanda Island is everything you have always imagined an Island should be, secluded, sexy and just small enough. No wonder it was voted Africa’s leading luxury island at the World Travel Awards, 2019.

Thanda Island is one of the world’s most exclusive island getaways. It’s a paradise on earth and here you can enjoy quality time with your hot Tanzanian escort in complete privacy without worrying about prying eyes.

Thanda Island is located in a secluded island with a single luxurious villa and two traditional bandas (beach chalets) in the Indian Ocean, off the east coast of Tanzania.  As soon as you step off the helicopter or boat, the Villa is right there, exclusively yours to enjoy.

How to get there: To get to Thanda Island, international guests fly directly into Dar es Salaam. From Dar es Salaam, you can either go directly to the Island by helicopter, or fly to Mafia Island by fixed-wing plane, from where you can reach the Island by boat.

Island of Love – Kenya

love Island. (mamasavana).

Located about 25 km South of Malindi, Watamu Island promises nothing but sweet fond memories just as the name itself sounds.

Watamu is a Swahili word which translates to ‘sweet people’ and therefore this island guarantees you only one thing, you will have the sweetest experience while here. 

Near the beautiful beach of Watamu there are several small islands but the most jaw dropping and famous for its panorama and for its beach with a curious heart shape is the Island of Love.

Here you can spot the famous starfish “Michael Jackson”, puffers, crabs, moray eels, hermit crabs, sea sponges, corals, anemones.

Ssese Islands

Ssese Islands. (ugandatourismcenter)

Comprising 84 islands and stretching across the northern shore of Lake Victoria, Ssese islands are a must visit why lie. The islands boast some of the most beautiful beaches, amazing wildlife and comfortable accommodations to fit every budget. 

During daytime, the beaches are just perfect for chilling out with a glossy magazine or captivating action-filled novel. You can take a romantic stroll and watch the sun set early in the evening.

Come nighttime and the beaches are aglow with bonfires and beach parties under a vast, starry sky. 

What’s more is these islands are very accessible by both small charter planes and daily boat rides from Kalangala, Uganda.

Banana Island – Nigeria

Banana Island (africanexponent)

Paris has the Seventh Arrondissement, New York City has Tribecam, Tokyo has Shibuya and Roppongi and Nigeria’s Lagos has Banana Island, a billionaires’ paradise inhabited by the Nigeria richest and most popular families.

Banana Island is a small man-made island found in the Ikoyi neighborhood of Lagos. This 1.63-million-square-meter sand-filled island is a piece of heaven in the middle of noisy Lagos.

Mumbo Island – Malawi

Mumbo Island. (Safari Now)

Located on the beautiful, pristine Mumbo Island, situated in Lake Malawi this is where you go when you want to say ‘I love You’ in a big statement, I mean It’s hard to beat Mumbo Island when it comes to romance. The tiny island (just one kilometer in diameter) can only accommodate 14 guests in its very private tents at a time. You can spend your lazy afternoon swimming in Lake Malawi’s crystal waters, exploring hidden coves by kayak, diving or snorkeling around the massive boulders that surround the island, hiking relaxing on the beach or just snoozing in the hammocks on your tent’s balcony.

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